List of Schools in Swaziland

This is an incomplete list of schools in Swaziland.

In the notes, "IEB" refers to a school (3 as of 2007) whose students take the South African Independent Examinations Board's examinations.

  • Evelyn Baring High School, Nhlangano, attended by Mario Masuku
  • Enjabulweni School, Manzini, opened 1988 (IEB)
  • Mananga College, independent college near Mhlume (IEB)
  • Manzini Nazarene High School, Manzini
  • Sifundzani Primary School(, Mbabane
  • Sifundzani High School, Mbabane
  • Sisekelo High School, Big Bend. (IEB)
  • Siteki Nazarene High School, Siteki
  • St. Joseph's School, Mzimpofu
  • St Marks School, Mbabane
  • Waterford Kamhlaba, Mbabane
  • St Paul's High School, Fairview Manzini
  • St Theresa's Girls High School, Manzini
  • St Theresa's Girls Primary School, Manzini
  • St Michael's High Girls High School, Manzini
  • Salesian Primary School for Boys, Manzini
  • Salesian High School for Boys, Manzini
  • Ngwane Park High School, Ngwane Park Manzini
  • Manzini Infant Primary School, Manzini
  • Manzini Central High School, Manzini
  • Swazi National High School, Kwaluseni
  • Mhlatane High School, Pigg's Peak
  • Ngomane High School,Simunye
  • Ndabazezwe high school,Lavumisa
  • Lobamba National High School. Lobamba
  • Peak Central High School, Pigg's Peak
  • Fundukuwela High School, Nkomazi
  • Mlumati High School, Matsamo
  • Etimphisini High School, Matsamo
  • Entfontjeni High School, Entfontjeni
  • Edvukwaleni High School, Edvukwaleni
  • Mpofu High School, Mpofu No: 7
  • U-TECH School Of Technology,Big Bend

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